Demco Automation Sponsors Regional Manufacturing Summit

Register to attend the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce Manufacturing Summit XVIII

The Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce Manufacturing Summit XVIII

February 8, 2019 – The topic of the 18th in the series by the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce is “Making Robots & Automation Easy”. This event for Lehigh Valley manufacturers will focus on the benefits and advantages to automating with robots and other types of equipment.

Two panels will be participating to detail implementation of automated equipment on the manufacturing floor providing two viewpoints within this important and relevant topic.

– Panel #1 includes companies that provide automation, robotics, and related services.

– Panel #2 includes companies that have already implemented equipment in their facilities.

President & CEO of Demco Automation, Stephen Maund will be one of the panelists in Panel #1 stating, “Advancements in robotic technology, control systems, and a wide selection of standardized components are enabling manufacturers to automate production steps that were either too expensive or too complex not that long ago.”

To view the event poster visit Making Robotics & Automation Easy

For more information and to register, please visit Manufacturers Summit XVIII

For more information about the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce, please visit GLVCC

 

In the News – Demco Automation working with regional Schools, Colleges, & Universities through Work Experience

Robot programming by one of Demco Automation’s cooperative education students from LCTI in 2018.

January 24, 2019 – Demco Automation was one of three local manufacturers interviewed for an article that highlights how manufacturers take advantage of working with students through internships, cooperative education, and other hands-on career experiences.

AEDC News, “Getting ahead through hands-on career experience in manufacturing” – by the Allentown Economic Development Corporation

Arguably the best way to prepare someone to enter the manufacturing field is through early training in the workforce. That can come in the form of an internship, cooperative education program, pre-apprenticeship or apprenticeship. These programs provide students with the chance to use the skills they learned at a career and technical school or community college under the direction and guidance of a mentor.

We spoke with three local manufacturers taking advantage of these programs to learn about their experiences, and how the programs benefit them as well as the students…

– Read the entire article at: Getting ahead through hands-on career experience in manufacturing

 

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